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Welcome to Mokena Animal Clinic, where we treat your pets like family! We understand how important your beloved companions are in your life, so we hope to play an important role in providing for their health and wellness for life. From dogs and cats to pocket pets and exotic animals, our skilled five-doctor team stands ready to provide a high standard of care. If you've been looking for the right Mokena veterinarian for your needs, you'll find that veterinarian at our clinic!
Mokena Animal Clinic has built its reputation on solid credentials. Our AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association) accreditation means that we meet or exceed no fewer than 900 standards of veterinary care. We can provide your pet with a wide range of health and wellness solutions, from preventative care to surgical treatment. Preventative care includes such essential procedures and vaccinations: pest prevention, dental checkups and cleanings, microchipping, and spay or neuter surgery. Our digital x-rays and other advanced diagnostic techniques can help pinpoint any medical problems that require attention, while our on-site lab facility features quick, accurate testing. In addition to major surgery, we also provide non-invasive treatment measures ranging from cold laser therapy to nutritional counseling. You can think of us as your family's all-in-one veterinary resource.
Mokena Animal Clinic can help your pet enjoy optimum health and wellness at all stages of life. Animals require different levels and types of care at different stages, so our Mokena veterinarian may advise you on changes in your pet's wellness needs from one year to the next. Puppy and kitten care, for instance, emphasizes vaccinations and preventative care, partly because these baby animals have no natural immunity of their own against certain killer diseases.
Adult animals generally benefit from annual wellness evaluations so we can treat any issues that come up. Our senior care services may include extra wellness checks to watch out for age-related diseases, treatment of chronic conditions, and nutritional modifications to prevent or counteract obesity. Chronic pain from arthritis and other conditions can also plague older animals. We can recommend the proper course of action to keep your beloved pet's quality of life as high as possible for as long as possible. Throughout all stages of pet ownership, you can come to Mokena Animal Clinic with any concerns you may have.
We also hope you'll benefit from the many informational resources the Mokena Animal Clinic website has to offer. Aside from the skilled counseling of our veterinary team, you can also subscribe to our newsletter, which addresses specific issues Mokena pet owners may face. You can also enjoy safe, secure access to Petly.com, your pet's very own online database for appointment reminders, health records, prescriptions refill dates and other valuable information even birthday cards!
Get started by getting to know our team in person. Contact Mokena Animal Clinic today to schedule an initial appointment!
At Mokena Animal Clinic, Ltd., "We Treat Your Pets Like Family" the very valued family members that they are.
The Doctors at Mokena Animal Clinic, Ltd.
Mokena Veterinarian | Mokena Animal Clinic, Ltd. | 708-479-2811
9455 W. 191st Street
Mokena, IL 60448
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